Where America Survived
Morristown National Historical Park commemorates the sites of General Washington and the Continental army’s winter encampment of December 1779 to June 1780, where they survived through what would be the coldest winter on record.
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Vegetation and Deer Management Plan info
Morristown National Historical Park is in the process of developing their forest and deer management plan. For more information please click here.Read More
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Changes to Ford Mansion Tours
Some recent changes to size limits for tours of the Ford Mansion may effect your visit. Please click here for more information.Read More
Did You Know?
John Adams defended the British soldiers accused of murder after the Boston Massacre so well, that a Massachusetts jury found six of the eight not guilty by reason of self defense. Two were found guilty of manslaughter.